A community of passionate students & instructors, practicing the art of yoga together.
Established 1999. White River Junction, Vermont.
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that we offer
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Unlimited monthly yoga,
six month commitment
First-time guests only
Our studio’s philosophy is rooted in the firm belief that everyone can do yoga. Our diverse offerings reflect that belief: we meet you where you are while helping you build the tools to grow, and encouraging you to listen to your own body’s wisdom. Most of our intermediate and advanced classes revolve around fun and mindful vinyasa flow that draws on the lineages of Ashtanga, Iyengar, and Anusara Yoga.
Forrest Yoga is a dynamic, mindfully sequenced practice that brings vitality deep into the core of the body, the mind, and the spirit. Poses are held to release internal obstacles, build strength and flexibility, and create space within. Classes are designed to strip numbness from your core, help you breathe and move in ways that release emotional shielding, and prevent and heal injury. Join Deb, Level 3 Forrest Yoga teacher, for this special monthly class. Sign up to reserve a spot—Drop in for $18 or use your UVY pass.
Body, Mind and Soul: A Workshop in 3 Parts
Saturdays, 12:30–2:30 pm, November 17, December 8
This workshop series for advancing your personal practice and
teaching skills is offered by Angie Folllensbee-Hall, YACEP Teacher.
Yoga Alliance CEU credits are available for yoga teachers. Attend any of
these classes in the series for a discount on the upcoming 300-hour
Myriad Yoga Advanced Teacher Training Program starting in February, 2019
at Jai Studios.
Each workshop is $35 if paid ahead; price changes to $40 day of/door.
PART 2: Mind—Svadyaya: Self Study through Asana, Breath, Reflection and Meditation
Saturday, November 17, 12:30-2:30
An introspective sequence to guide the mind inward while exploring the elements of water and air. We begin with the physical structure as a doorway into the reflective mind. Tame your thought through fluid movement and in balance postures and forward folds, and then discover specific pranayama practices. Then, we will train the mind to passively observe thoughts and reactions in writing prompts and deep meditation. Gain insights into how to bring these methods into your practice and your teaching.
PART 3: Soul—Creativity in Sequence and Structure
Saturday, December 8, 12:30-2:30
When yoga is more than a physical exercise it will lead you to the discovery of spirit and soul. Explore easeful, fluid mobility and permeability as you develop creative sequencing for your own practice or for your teaching. Learn to distill the primary actions of an asana and explore range of motion within a structure through shoulders, hips, and deep meditation. Learn to feel your body from within through creative exploration of the place where body meets space and space meets soul.